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TGPN Region 4 ESC Oflu Attn: Robert Zinglcmann 7145WestTldwellRoad Houston, TX 77092

APPENDIX A VENDOR CONTRACT AND SIGNATURE FORM This Vendor Contract and Signature Form ("Contract") is made as of March 2015, by and between InloSnap. Inc. ("yen(jor") ancj Region 4 Education Service Center ("Region 4 ESC") for the purchase of InfoSnap Online Registration Management System

("the products and services").

RECITALS WHEREAS, both parties agree and understand that the following pages will constitute the contract between the successful vendor(s) and Region 4 ESC, having its principal place of business at 7145 West Tidwell Road, Houston, TX 77092. WHEREAS, Vendor agrees to include, in writing, any required exceptions or deviations from these terms, conditions, and specifications; and it is further understood that, if agreed to by Region 4 ESC, said exceptions or deviations will be incorporated into the final contract "Vendor Contract." WHEREAS, this contract consists of the provisions set forth below, including provisions of all attachments referenced herein. In the event of a conflict between the provisions set forth below and those contained in any attachment, the provisions set forth below shall control. WHEREAS, the Vendor Contract will provide that any state, county, special district, local government, school district, private K-12 school, technical or vocational school, higher education institution {including community colleges, colleges and universities, both public and private), other government agencies or non-profit organization may purchase products and services at prices indicated in the Vendor Contract upon registering and becoming a member with TCPN; and it being further understood that Region 4 ESC shall act as the Lead Public Agency with respect to all such purchase agreements. WHEREAS, TCPN has the administrative and legal capacity to administer purchases on behalf of Region 4 ESC under the Vendor Contract with participating public agencies and entities, as permitted by applicable law.

ARTICLE 1- GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1.1 TCPN shall be afforded all of the rights, privileges and indemnifications afforded to Region 4 ESC under the Vendor Contract, and such rights, privileges and indemnifications shall accrue and apply with equal effect to TCPN, including, without limitation, Vendors obligation to provide insurance and other indemnifications to Lead Public Agency. 1.2 Awarded vendor shall perform all duties, responsibilities and obligations, set forth in this agreement, and required under the Vendor Contract. 1.3 TCPN shall perform its duties, responsibilities and obligations as administrator of purchases, set forth in this agreement, and required under the Vendor Contract.

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1.4 Purchasing procedure: • Purchase orders are issued by participating governmental agencies to the awarded vendor indicating on the PO "Per TCPN Contract # R ." • Vendor delivers goods/services directly to the participating agency. • Awarded vendor invoices the participating agency directly. • Awarded vendor receives payment directly from the participating agency. • Awarded vendor reports sales monthly to TCPN. 1.5 Customer Support: The vendor shall provide timely and accurate technical advice and sales support to Region 4 ESC staff, TCPN staff and participating agencies. The vendor shall respond to such requests within one (1) working day after receipt of the request. ARTICLE 2- ANTICIPATED TERM OF AGREEMENT 2.1 Unless otherwise stated, all contracts are for a period of three (3) years with an option to renew annually for an additional two (2) years if agreed to by Region 4 ESC. Region 4 ESC will notify the vendor in writing if the contract is extended. Awarded vendor shall honor all administrative fees for any sales made based on the contact whether renewed or not. 2.2 Region 4 ESC shall review the contract prior to the renewal date and notify the current awarded vendor, no less than ninety (90) days of Region 4 ESC's intent renew the contract. Upon receipt of notice, awarded vendor must notify Region 4 ESC if it elects not to renew. Awarded vendor shall honor the administrative fee for any sales incurred throughout the life of the contract on any sales made based on a Region 4 ESC contract whether awarded a renewal or not. Region 4 ESC reserves the right to exercise each two-year extension annually.

ARTICLE 3- REPRESENTATIONS AND COVENANTS Scope: This contract is based on the need to provide the economic benefits of volume purchasing and reduction in administrative costs through cooperative purchasing to schools and other members. Although contractors may restrict sales to certain public units (for example, state agencies or local government units), any contract that prohibits sales from being made to public school districts may not be considered. Sales without restriction to any Members are preferred. These types of contracts are commonly referred to as being "piggybackable". Compliance: Cooperative Purchasing Agreements between TCPN and its Members have been established under state procurement law. Offerer's Promise: Offerer agrees all prices, terms, warranties, and benefits granted by Offerer to Members through this contract are comparable to or better than the equivalent terms offered by Offerer to any present customer meeting the same qualifications or requirements. ARTICLE 4- FORMATION OF CONTRACT

4.1. Offerer Contract Documents: Region 4 ESC will review proposed offerer contract documents. Vendor's contract document shall not become part of Region 4 ESC's contract with vendor unless and until an authorized representative of Region 4 ESC reviews and approves it. 4.2. Form of Contract: The form of contract for this solicitation shall be the Request for Proposal, the awarded proposal(s) and best and final offerfs), and properly issued and reviewed purchase orders referencing the requirements of the Request for Proposals. If a firm submitting an offer requires Region 4 ESC and/or Member to sign an additional agreement, a copy of the proposed agreement must be included with the proposal. 16 of 154

4.3. Entire Agreement fParol evidence): The contract, as specified above, represents the final written expression of agreement. All agreements are contained herein and no other agreements or representations that materially alter it are acceptable. 4.4. Assignment of Contract: No assignment of contract may be made without the prior written approval of Region 4 ESC. Purchase orders and payment can only be made to awarded vendor unless otherwise approved by Region 4 ESC. Awarded vendor is required to notify Region 4 ESC when any material change in operations is made that may adversely affect members (i.e. bankruptcy, change of ownership, merger, etc.). 4.5. Novation: If contractor sells or transfers all assets or the entire portion of the assets used to perform this contract, a successor in interest must guarantee to perform all obligations under this contract. Region 4 ESC reserves the right to accept or reject any new party. A simple change of name agreement will not change the contractual obligations of contractor. 4.6. Contract Alterations: No alterations to the terms of this contract shall be valid or binding unless authorized and signed by a Region 4 ESC staff member. 4.7. Order of Precedence: In the event of a conflict in the provisions of the contract as accepted by Region 4 ESC, the following order of precedence shall prevail: • • • • •

Special terms and conditions General terms and conditions Specifications and scope of work Attachments and exhibits Documents referenced or included in the solicitation

4.8 Supplemental Agreements: The entity participating in the Region 4 ESC contract and awarded vendor may enter into a separate supplemental agreement to further define the level of service requirements over and above the minimum defined in this contract i.e. invoice requirements, ordering requirements, specialized delivery, etc. Any supplemental agreement developed as a result of this contract is exclusively between the participating entity and awarded vendor. Neither Region 4 ESC, TCPN, its agents, members and employees shall be made party to any claim for breach of such agreement. 4.9 Adding authorized distributors/dealers: Awarded vendors are prohibited from authorizing additional distributors or dealers, other than those identified at the time of submitting their proposal, to sell under their contract award without notification and prior written approval from TCPN. Awarded vendors must notify TCPN each time it wishes to add an authorized distributor or dealer. Purchase orders and payment can only be made to awarded vendor unless otherwise approved by TCPN. Pricing provided to members by added distributors or dealers must also be less than or equal to the pricing offered by the awarded contract holder, unless otherwise approved by TCPN.

ARTICLE 5- TERMINATION OF CONTRACT 5.1. Cancellation for Non-Performance or Contractor Deficiency: Region 4 ESC may terminate any contract if Members have not used the contract, or if purchase volume is determined to be low volume in any 12-month period. Region 4 ESC reserves the right to cancel the whole or any part of this contract due to failure by contractor to carry out any obligation, term or condition of the contract. Region 4 ESC may issue a written deficiency notice to contractor for acting or failing to act in any of the following: i. ii. iii.

Providing material that does not meet the specifications of the contract; Providing work and/or material that was not awarded under the contract; Failing to adequately perform the services set forth in the scope of work and specifications; 17 of 154

iv. v. vi.

Failing to complete required work or furnish required materials within a reasonable amount of time; Failing to make progress in performance of the contract and/or giving Region 4 ESC reason to believe that contractor will not or cannot perform the requirements of the contract; and/or Performing work or providing services under the contract prior to receiving a Region 4 ESC reviewed purchase order for such work.

Upon receipt of a written deficiency notice, contractor shall have ten (10) days to provide a satisfactory response to Region 4 ESC. Failure to adequately address all issues of concern may result in contract cancellation. Upon cancellation under this paragraph, all goods, materials, work, documents, data and reports prepared by contractor under the contract shall become the property of the Member on demand. 5.2

Termination for Cause: If, for any reason, the Vendor falls to fulfill its obligation in a timely manner, or if the vendor violates any of the covenants, agreements, or stipulations of this contract Region 4 ESC reserves the right to terminate the contract immediately and pursue all other applicable remedies afforded by law. Such termination shall be effective by delivery of notice, to the vendor, specifying the effective date of termination. In such event, all documents, data, studies, surveys, drawings, maps, models and reports prepared by vendor for this solicitation may become the property of the participating agency or entity. If such event does occur then vendor will be entitled to receive just and equitable compensation for the satisfactory work completed on such documents.

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Delivery/Service Failures: Failure to deliver goods or services within the time specified, or within a reasonable time period as interpreted by the purchasing agent or failure to make replacements or corrections of rejected articles/services when so requested shall constitute grounds for the contract to be terminated. In the event that the participating agency or entity must purchase in an open market, contractor agrees to reimburse the participating agency or entity, within a reasonable time period, for all expenses incurred.

5.4 Force Majeure: If by reason of Force Majeure, either party hereto shall be rendered unable wholly or in part to carry out its obligations under this Agreement then such party shall give notice and full particulars of Force Majeure in writing to the other party within a reasonable time after occurrence of the event or cause relied upon, and the obligation of the party giving such notice, so far as it is affected by such Force Majeure, shall be suspended during the continuance of the inability then claimed, except as hereinafter provided, but for no longer period, and such party shall endeavor to remove or overcome such inability with all reasonable dispatch. The term Force Majeure as employed herein, shall mean acts of God, strikes, lockouts, or other industrial disturbances, act of public enemy, orders of any kind of government of the United States or the State of Texas or any civil or military authority; insurrections; riots; epidemics; landslides; lighting; earthquake; fires; hurricanes; storms; floods; washouts; droughts; arrests; restraint of government and people; civil disturbances; explosions, breakage or accidents to machinery, pipelines or canals, or other causes not reasonably within the control of the party claiming such inability. It is understood and agreed that the settlement of strikes and lockouts shall be entirely within the discretion of the party having the difficulty, and that the above requirement that any Force Majeure shall be remedied with all reasonable dispatch shall not require the settlement of strikes and lockouts by acceding to the demands of the opposing party or parties when such settlement is unfavorable in the judgment of the party having the difficulty. 5.5 Standard Cancellation: Either party may cancel this contract in whole or in part by providing written notice. The cancellation will take effect 30 business days after the other party receives the notice of cancellation. After the 30th business day all work will cease following completion of final purchase order. Vendor may be requested to provide additional items not already on contract at any time.

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ARTICLE 6- LICENSES 6.1 Duty to keep current license: Vendor shall maintain in current status all federal, state and local licenses, bonds and permits required for the operation of the business conducted by vendor. Vendor shall remain fully informed of and in compliance with all ordinances and regulations pertaining to the lawful provision of services under the contract. Region 4 ESC reserves the right to stop work and/or cancel the contract of any vendor whose license(s) expire, lapse, are suspended or terminated. 6.2 Survival Clause: All applicable software license agreements, warranties or service agreements that were entered into between Vendor and Customer under the terms and conditions of the Contract shall survive the expiration or termination of the Contract. All Purchase Orders issued and accepted by Order Fulfiller shall survive expiration or termination of the Contract.

ARTICLE 7- DELIVERY PROVISIONS 7.1 Delivery: Vendor shall deliver said materials purchased on this contract to the Member issuing a Purchase Order. Conforming product shall be shipped within 7 days of receipt of Purchase Order. If delivery is not or cannot be made within this time period the vendor must receive authorization from the purchasing agency for the delayed delivery. At this point the participating entity may cancel the order if estimated shipping time is not acceptable.

7.2 Inspection & Acceptance: If defective or incorrect material is delivered, purchasing agency may make the determination to return the material to the vendor at no cost to the purchasing agency. The vendor agrees to pay all shipping costs for the return shipment. Vendor shall be responsible for arranging the return of the defective or incorrect material.

ARTICLE 8- BILLING AND REPORTING 8.1 Payments: The entity using the contract will make payments directly to the awarded vendor. Payment shall be made after satisfactory performance, in accordance with all provisions thereof, and upon receipt of a properly completed invoice. 8.2 Invoices: The awarded vendor shall submit invoices to the participating entity clearly stating "Per TCPN Contract". The shipment tracking number or pertinent information for verification shall be made available upon request. 8.3 Tax Exempt Status: Since this is a national contract, knowing the tax laws in each state is the sole responsibility of the vendor. 8.4 Reporting: The awarded vendor shall electronically provide TCPN with a detailed monthly report showing the dollar volume of all sales under the contract for the previous month. Reports shall be sent via e-mail to TCPN offices at reporting(5)tcpn.org. Reports are due on the fifteenth (15th) day after the close of the previous month. It is the responsibility of the awarded vendor to collect and compile all sales under the contract from participating Members and submit one (1) report. The report shall include at least the following information listed below: • Vendor Name • TCPN Contract Number • Reporting Period/Year • •

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Purchased Commodity Type Gross Sale Amount Administrative Fee (Based on Gross Sale Amount)

ARTICLE 9- PRICING 9.1 Best price guarantee: The awarded vendor agrees to provide pricing to Region 4 ESC and its participating entities that are the lowest pricing available and the pricing shall remain so throughout the duration of the contract. Pricing offered to Federal government buying consortiums for goods and services is exempt from this requirement. The awarded vendor, however, agrees to lower the cost of any product purchased through TCPN following a reduction in the manufacturer or publisher's direct cost. 9.2 Price increase: Should it become necessary or proper during the term of this contract to make any change in design or any alterations that will increase expense Region 4 ESC must be notified immediately. Price increases must be approved by Region 4 ESC and no payment for additional materials or services, beyond the amount stipulated in the contract, shall be paid without prior approval. All price increases must be supported by manufacture documentation, or a formal cost justification letter. Awarded vendor must honor previous prices for thirty (30) days after approval and written notification from Region 4 ESC if requested. It is the awarded vendor's responsibility to keep all pricing up to date and on file with Region 4 ESC. All price changes must be provided to Region 4 ESC, using the same format as was accepted in the original contract. 9.3 Additional Charges: All deliveries shall be freight prepaid, F.O.B. destination and shall be included in all pricing offered unless otherwise clearly stated in writing. 9.4 Price reduction and adjustment: Price reduction may be offered at any time during contract and shall become effective upon notice of acceptance from Region 4 ESC. Special, time-limited reductions are permissible under the following conditions: 1) reduction is available to all Members equally; 2) reduction is for a specific time period, normally not less than thirty (30) days; 3) original price is not exceeded after the time-limit; and 4) Region 4 ESC has approved the new prices prior to any offer of the prices to a Member. Vendor shall offer Region 4 ESC any published price reduction during the contract period. 9.5 Prevailing Wage: It shall be the responsibility of the Vendor to comply, when applicable, with the prevailing wage legislation in effect in the jurisdiction of the purchaser (Region 4 ESC or its Members). It shall further be the responsibility of the Vendor to monitor the prevailing wage rates as established by the appropriate department of labor for any increase in rates during the term of this contract and adjust wage rates accordingly. 9.6 Administrative Fees: AH pricing submitted to Region 4 ESC shall include the administrative fee to be remitted to TCPN by the awarded vendor. The awarded vendor agrees to pay administrative fees to TCPN as calculated as follows: (Sales will be calculated for fiscal year of January 1st through December 31st and reset each year)

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Annual Sales Throuqh Contract

Administrative Fee

0 - $50,000,000

2%

$50,000,001 -$100,000,000

1 .75%

$100,000,001 -$150,000,000

1.5%

$150,000,001 -$200,000,000

1.25%

$200,000,001 -$500,000,000

1%

$500,000,001 -$1,000,000,000

0.75%

$1,000,000,000+

0.5%

Failure to provide a Sales Report or pay Administrative Fees within the time and in the manner specified herein constitutes a material breach under this Agreement. If not rectified within thirty (30) days of written notice to the awarded vendor, Region 4 ESC reserves the right to deem such a breach a cause for termination of the contract. Region 4 ESC also reserves the right to charge interest at the rate of one and one-half percent (1.5%) per month until paid in full for all Administrative Fees not paid within thirty (30) days after receipt of invoice.

ARTICLE 10- PRICING AUDIT 10.1 Audit rights: Vendor shall, at Vendor's sole expense, maintain appropriate due diligence of all purchases made by Region 4 ESC and any entity that utilizes this Agreement. TCPN and Region 4 ESC each reserve the right to audit the accounting for a period of three (3) years from the time such purchases are made. This audit right shall survive termination of this Agreement for a period of one (1) year from the effective date of termination. In the State of New Jersey, this audit right shall survive termination of this Agreement for a period of five (5) years from the date of final payment. Such records shall be made available to the New Jersey Office of the State Comptroller upon request. Region 4 ESC shall have the authority to conduct random audits of Vendor's pricing that is offered to eligible entities at Region 4 ESC's sole cost and expense. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in the event that Region 4 ESC is made aware of any pricing being offered to eligible agencies that is materially inconsistent with the pricing under this agreement, Region 4 ESC shall have the ability to conduct an extensive audit of Vendor's pricing at Vendor's sole cost and expense. Region 4 ESC may conduct the audit internally or may engage a third-party auditing firm. In the event of an audit, the requested materials shall be provided in the format and at the location designated by Region 4 ESC or TCPN. ARTICLE 11- OFFEROR PRODUCT LINE REQUIREMENTS 11.1 Current products: Proposals shall be for materials and equipment in current production and marketed to the general public and education/government agencies at the time the proposal is submitted. 11.2 Discontinued products: If a product or model is discontinued by the manufacturer, vendor may substitute a new product or model if the replacement product meets or exceeds the specifications and performance of the discontinued model and if the discount is the same or greater than the discontinued model. 11.3 New products/Services: New products and/or services that meet the scope of work may be added to the contract. Pricing shall be equivalent to the percentage discount for other products. Vendor may replace or add product lines to an existing contract if the line is replacing or supplementing products on contract, is equal or superior to the original products offered, is discounted in a similar or to a greater degree, and if the products meet the requirements of the solicitation. No products and/or services may be added to avoid competitive procurement requirements. Region 4 ESC may require additions to be 21 of 154

submitted with documentation from Members demonstrating an interest in, or a potential requirement for, (he new product or service. Region 4 ESC may reject any additions without cause. 11.4 Options: Optional equipment for products under contract may be added to the contract at the time they become available under the following conditions: 1) the option is priced at a discount similar to other options; 2) the option is an enhancement to the unit that improves performance or reliability. 11.5 Product line: Offerers with a published catalog may submit the entire catalog. Region 4 ESC reserves the right to select products within the catalog for award without having to award all contents. Region 4 ESC may reject any addition of equipment options without cause. 11.6 Warranty conditions: All supplies, equipment and services shall include manufacturer's minimum standard warranty and one (1) year labor warranty unless otherwise agreed to in writing. 11.7 Buy American requirement: (for New Jersey and all other applicable States) Vendors may only use unmanufactured construction material mined or produced in the United States, as required by the Buy American Act. Where trade agreements apply, to the extent permitted by applicable law, then unmanufactured construction material mined or produced in a designated country may also be used. Vendors are required to check state specific requirements to ensure compliance with this requirement. ARTICLE 12- SITE REQUIREMENTS 12.1 Cleanup: Vendor shall clean up and remove all debris and rubbish resulting from their work as required or directed by Member. Upon completion of the work, the premises shall be left in good repair and an orderly, neat, clean and unobstructed condition. 12.2 Preparation: Vendor shall not begin a project for which Member has not prepared the site, unless vendor does the preparation work at no cost, or until Member includes the cost of site preparation in a purchase order. Site preparation includes, but is not limited to: moving furniture, installing wiring for networks or power, and similar pre-installation requirements. 12.3 Registered sex offender restrictions: For work to be performed at schools, vendor agrees that no employee or employee of a subcontractor who has been adjudicated to be a registered sex offender will perform work at any time when students are or are reasonably expected to be present. Vendor agrees that a violation of this condition shall be considered a material breach and may result in the cancellation of the purchase order at the Member's discretion. Vendor must identify any additional costs associated with compliance of this term. If no costs are specified, compliance with this term will be provided at no additional charge. 12.4 Safety measures: Vendor shall take all reasonable precautions for the safety of employees on the worksite, and shall erect and properly maintain all necessary safeguards for protection of workers and the public. Vendor shall post warning signs against all hazards created by its operation and work in progress. Proper precautions shall be taken pursuant to state law and standard practices to protect workers, general public and existing structures from injury or damage. 12.5 Smoking: Persons working under the contract shall adhere to local smoking policies. Smoking will only be permitted in posted areas or off premises. 12.6 Stored materials: Upon prior written agreement between the vendor and Member, payment may be made for materials not incorporated in the work but delivered and suitably stored at the site or some other location, for installation at a later date. An inventory of the stored materials must be provided to Member prior to payment. Such materials must be stored and protected in a secure location, and be insured for their full value by the vendor against loss and damage. Vendor agrees to provide proof of coverage and/or addition of Ivlember as an additional insured upon Member's request. Additionally, if stored offsite, the materials must also be clearly identified as property of buying Member and be separated from other materials. Member must be allowed reasonable opportunity to inspect and take inventory of stored materials, on or offsite, as necessary. 22 of 154

Until final acceptance by the Member, it shall be the Vendor's responsibility to protect all materials and equipment. The Vendor warrants and guarantees that title for all work, materials and equipment shall pass to the Member upon final acceptance.

ARTICLE 13- MISCELLANEOUS 13.1 Funding Out Clause: Any/all contracts exceeding one (1) year shall include a standard "funding out" clause. A contract for the acquisition, including lease, of real or personal property is a commitment of the entity's current revenue only, provided the contract contains either or both of the following provisions: "Retains to the entity the continuing right to terminate the contract at the expiration of each budget period during the term of the contract and is conditioned on a best efforts attempt by the entity to obtain appropriate funds for payment of the contract." 13.2 Disclosures: Offerer affirms that he/she has not given, offered to give, nor intends to give at any time hereafter any economic opportunity, future employment, gift, loan, gratuity, special discount, trip, favor or service to a public servant in connection with this contract. Include a complete description of any and all relationships that might be considered a conflict of interest in doing business with participants in TCPN. The Offerer affirms that, to the best of his/her knowledge, the offer has been arrived at independently, and is submitted without collusion with anyone to obtain information or gain any favoritism that would in any way limit competition or give an unfair advantage over other vendors in the award of this contract. 13.3 Indemnity: The awarded vendor shall protect, indemnify, and hold harmless both Region 4 ESC and TCPN and its participants, administrators, employees and agents against all claims, damages, losses and expenses arising out of or resulting from the actions of the vendor, vendor employees or vendor subcontractors in the preparation of the solicitation and the later execution of the contract, including any supplemental agreements with members. Any litigation involving either Region 4 ESC or TCPN, its administrators and employees and agents will be in Harris County, Texas. Any litigation involving TCPN members shall be in the jurisdiction of the participating agency. 13.4 Franchise Tax: The Offerer hereby certifies that he/she is not currently delinquent in the payment of any franchise taxes. 13.5 Marketing: Awarded vendor agrees to allow Region 4 ESC to use their name and logo within website, marketing materials and advertisement. Any use of Region 4 ESC name and logo or any form of publicity, inclusive of press releases, regarding this contract by awarded vendor must have prior approval from Region 4 ESC. 13.6 Certificates of Insurance: Certificates of insurance shall be delivered to the Region 4 ESC participant prior to commencement of work. The insurance company shall be licensed in the applicable state in which work is being conducted. The awarded vendor shall give the participating entity a minimum of ten (10) days notice prior to any modifications or cancellation of policies. The awarded vendor shall require all subcontractors performing any work to maintain coverage as specified. 13.7 Legal Obligations: It is the Offerer's responsibility to be aware of and comply with all local, state, and federal laws governing the sale of products/services identified in this RFP and any awarded contract and shall comply with all while fulfilling the RFP. Applicable laws and regulation must be followed even if not specifically identified herein.

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13.8 Open Records Policy: Because Region 4 ESC contracts are awarded by a governmental entity, responses submitted are subject to release as public information after contracts are executed. If a vendor believes that its response, or parts of its response, may be exempted from disclosure, the vendor must specifv page-bv-paqe and line-by-line the parts of the response, which it believes, are exempt. In addition, the Offeror must specifv which exceptions) are applicable and provide detailed reasons to substantiate the exceptions). Offeror must provide this information on the "Acknowledgement and Acceptance to Region 4 ESC's Open Record Policy" form found at the beginning of this solicitation. Any information that is unmarked will be considered public information and released, if requested under the Public Information Act. The determination of whether information is confidential and not subject to disclosure is the duty of the Office of Attorney General (OAG). Region 4 ESC must provide the OAG sufficient information to render an opinion and therefore, vague and general claims to confidentiality by the Offeror are not acceptable. Region 4 ESC must comply with the opinions of the OAG. Region 4 ESC assumes no responsibility for asserting legal arguments on behalf of any vendor. Offeror are advised to consult with their legal counsel concerning disclosure issues resulting from this procurement process and to take precautions to safeguard trade secrets and other proprietary information. After completion of award, these documents will be available for public inspection.

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Appendix B: PRODUCT/SERVICES SPECIFICATIONS It is the intention of Region 4 ESC to establish an annual contract with highly qualified Vendor(s) for Software and Related Products and Services on a national basis for education agencies and other public entities. Vendor(s) shall, at the request of Region 4 ESC and/or TCPN members, provide these covered products and associated services under the terms of this RFP and the contract terms and conditions. Software may be offered as out-of-the-box, Platform-as-a-Service (PAAS) or Software-as-a-service (SAAS). Region 4 ESC is seeking a variety of software applications pertaining to public agencies' needs, including but not limited to: • • • • • • • • • •

Operating Systems and Utilities Office Productivity Software Creative Software Financial Management Software Language Learning Software Enterprise Content Management Software Mass Communications Software Workforce Management Software Research-Based Data Analysis Software Anti-virus and Computer Security Software

Peripherals having to do with software offered for this RFP (such as headsets that may be paired with language learning software) may be offered as value add. All such peripherals must be auditably priced and follow the same guidelines listed in Appendix C as the main offering of software does. The following software offerings are excluded from this RFP and will not be accepted if they are offered: • • • •

Oracle Software Safety Information Management System Software Curriculum Software Facility Security or Vehicle Security Software

These are adequately handled by other contracts or pending solicitations.

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Appendix C: PRICING Electronic Price Lists •

Respondents must submit products, services, warranties, etc. in price list.



Prices listed will be used to establish the extent of a manufacturer's product lines, services, warranties, etc. that are available from a particular offerer and the pricing per item.



Services such as installation, delivery, tech support, training, and other services must be priced or listed as free in order to be offered on the contract. Unlisted services will not be accepted.



Electronic price lists must contain the following: (if applicable) •

Manufacturer part #



Vendor part # (if different from manufacturer part #)



Description



Manufacturers Suggested List Price and Net Price



Net price to Region 4 ESC (including freight)



Media submitted for price list must include the respondents' company name, name of the solicitation, and date on CD, DVD or Flash Drive (i.e. Pin or Jump Drives).



Please submit price lists and/or catalogs in excel or delimited format only.

Not to Exceed Pricing •

Region 4 ESC requests pricing be submitted as not to exceed for any participating entity.



Unlike fixed pricing the awarded vendor can adjust submitted pricing lower if needed but, cannot exceed original pricing submitted for solicitation.



Vendor must allow for lower pricing to be available for similar product and service purchases.

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Appendix D: GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS ACCEPTANCE FORM Signature on Vendor Contract Signature form certifies complete acceptance of the General Terms and Conditions in this solicitation, except as noted below (additional pages may be attached, if necessary). Check one of the following responses to the General Terms and Conditions: D We take no exceptions/deviations to the general terms and conditions (Note: If none are listed below, it is understood that no exceptions/deviations are taken.) K\e take the following exceptions/deviations to the general terms and conditions. All exceptions/deviations must be clearly explained. Reference the corresponding general terms and conditions that you are taking exceptions/deviations to. Clearly state if you are adding additional terms and conditions to the general terms and conditions. Provide details on your exceptions/deviations below: listed below - verbiage has been added for clarity. All additions are in bold font so they can be easiiy spotted.

(Note: Unacceptable exceptions shall remove your proposal from consideration for award. Region 4 ESC shall be the sole judge on the acceptance of exceptions/deviations and the decision shall be final.) 4.5 Novation: Please update statment to read "Region 4 ESC reserves the right to accept or reject any new party, acceptance not to be unreasonably withheld." 5.1 Cancellation for Non-Performance or Cotnractor Deficiency: Final sentence as it currently reads is not suitable for a SaaS solution. Please update as such "Upon cancellation under this paragraph, all goods, materials, work, documents, data and reports prepared by contractor, other than Intellectual Property (IP) of vendor, under the contract shall become the property of the Member on demand. 5.2 Termination for Cause: update lo "If, for any reason, the Vendor fails to fulfill its obligation in a timely manner, or if the vendor violates any of the covenants, agreements, or stipulations of this contract Region 4 ESC reserves the right to terminate the contract upon written notice and failure of vendor to cure within 10 days, and pursue all other applicable remedies afforded by law. Such termination shall be effective by delivery of notice, to the vendor, specifying the failure to cure and the effective dale of termination. In such event, all documents, data, studies, surveys, drawings, maps, models and reports prepared by vendor for this solicitation may become the property of the participating agency or entity. If such event does occur then vendor will be entitled to receive just and equitable compensation for the satisfactory work completed on such documents." 7.1 Delivery: update to "Vendor shall deliver said materials and/or services purchased on this contract to the Member issuing a Purchase Order in accordance with the terms of vendor's contract* with Member. If delivery is not or cannot be made within this time period, other than due to the delay by the purchasing agent, the vendor must receive authorization from the purchasing agency for the delayed delivery. At this point the participating entity may cancel the order if delivery time is not acceptable." 8.1 Payments: update to "The entity using the contract will make payments directly to the awarded vendor. Payment shall be made after satisfactory performance, or as otherwise specified in contract* between entity and vendor, in accordance with all provisions thereof, and upon receipt of a properly completed invoice. "'Samples of our service agreement/supplements can be found in Tab 10 of this response. Members will be required to endorse InjoSnap contract prior to subissions/'acceptance of their purchase order.

if TCPN® The Cooperative Purchasing Network

Vendor Orientation Respondent companies must commit to attending a vendor orientation meeting at TCPN's offices should they be awarded a contract with Region 4 ESC through this RFP. Vendor orientation meetings are meant to establish a good relationship with awarded vendors and help to ensure compliance and effective administration over the life of the contract. Respondents should indicate below what date they would like to have their vendor orientation and who the participants will be. TCPN highly recommends that the individuals who will handle contract management, reporting and accounting, and marketing all come to the vendor orientation. Vendor orientations for this RFP will be held between March 9, 2015 and March 27, 2015.

If awarded, our company will plan to attend vendor orientation on 3/27/15 Potential attendees will include:

Lisa Guseman - Sales Manager, Public School Sales Karin Hollz - Director, Business Dev and Public School Sales Daniel Tutt - Texas Regional Sales Manager Noel Johnson - Director of Marketing

Signature:

Date:

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Appendix E: QUESTIONNAIRE Please provide responses to the following questions that address your company's operations, organization, structure and processes for providing products and services. 1. States Covered Offeror must indicate any and all states where products and services can be offered. Please indicate the price co-efficient for each state if it varies. d 50 States & District of Columbia (Selecting this box is equal to checking all boxes below)

dAlabama dAlaska dArizona dArkansas dCalifornia dColorado dConnecticut dDelaware dDistrict of Columbia dFlorida dGeorgia dHawaii dldaho dlllinois d'ndiana

^Montana DNebraska QNevada dNew Hampshire dNew Jersey dNew Mexico dNew York dNorth Carolina dNorth Dakota dOhio dOklahoma dOregon dPennsylvania dRhode Island dSouth Carolina

dlowa

dSouth Dakota

dKansas dKentucky

dTennessee dTexas

dLouisiana

dUtah

dMaine dVermont dMaryland dVirginia dMassachusetts dWashington dMichigan dWest Virginia dMinnesota dWisconsin dMississippi dWyoming dMissouri d Territories & Outlying Areas (Selecting this box is equal to checking all boxes below) dAmerican Samoa dFederated States of Micronesia dGuam dMidway Islands

dNorthern Marina Islands dPuerto Rico dU.S. Virgin Islands

2. Diversity Programs • Do you currently have a diversity program or any diversity partners that you do business with? dYes dNo •

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(if the answer is yes, attach a statement detailing the structure of your program, along with a list of your diversity alliances and a copy of their certifications.)



Will the products accessible through your diversity program or partnership be offered to TCPN members at the same pricing offered by your company? DYes DNo (If answer is no, attach a statement detailing how pricing for participants would be calculated.)

3.

Minority and Women Business Enterprise (MWBE) and (HUB) Participation It is the policy of some entities participating in TCPN to involve minority and women business enterprises (M/WBE), small and/or disadvantaged business enterprises, disable veterans business enterprises, historically utilized businesses (HUB) and other diversity recognized businesses in the purchase of goods and services. Respondents shall indicate below whether or not they hold certification in any of the classified areas and include proof of such certification with their response. a. Minority Women Business Enterprise Respondent certifies that this firm is an MWBE

QYes

List certifying agency: b. Small Business Enterprise (SBE) or Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBF) Respondent certifies that this firm is a SBE or DBE

CDYes

List certifying agency: c. Disabled Veterans Business Enterprise (DVBE) Respondent certifies that this firm is a DVBE

[HYes

List certifying agency: __ d. Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB) Respondent certifies that this firm is a HUB

GUYes

List certifying agency: e. Historically Underutilized Business Zone Enterprise (HUBZone) Respondent certifies that this firm is a HUBZone

ClYes C|No

List certifying agency: f. Other Respondent certifies that this firm is a recognized diversity certificate holder List certifying agency: 4.

QYes

Residency Responding Company's principal place of business is in the city of _

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State of

5.

Felony Conviction Notice Please check applicable box: n

A publicly held corporation; therefore, this reporting requirement is not applicable.

CH

Is not owned or operated by anyone who has been convicted of a felony.

Q

Is owned or operated by the following individual(s) who has/have been convicted of a felony.

*lf the third box is checked a detailed explanation of the names and convictions must be attached. 6.

Processing Information Company contact for: Contract Management Contact Person: Title: Company: Address: City:

State:

Phone:

Zip-

Fax:

Email: Billing & Reporting/Accounts Payable Contact Person: Title: Company: Address: City: Phone:

State:

Zip:

Fax-

Email:

Marketing Contact Person: Title: Company: Address: City: Phone:

State: Fax:

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Zip:

7.

8.

Distribution Channel: Which best describes your company's position in the distribution channel: HH Manufacturer direct

O Certified education/government reseller

C] Authorized distributor

Q Manufacturer marketing through reseller

O Value-added reseller

d Other

Pricing Information



In addition to the current typical unit pricing furnished herein, the Vendor agrees to offer all future product introductions at prices that are proportionate to Contract Pricing. DYes QNo

(If answer is no, attach a statement detailing how pricing for participants would be calculated.) •

Pricing submitted includes the required administrative fee.

dYes E]No

(Fee calculated based on invoice price to customer) m 9.

Additional discounts for purchase of a guaranteed quantity?

QYes

Cooperatives

List any other cooperative or state contracts currently held or in the process of securing Discount Offered

Cooperative/State Agency

[Remainder of Page Intentionally Left Blank]

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Expires

Annual Sales Volume

Appendix F: COMPANY PROFILE Please provide the following: 1. Company's official registered name. 2. Brief history of your company, including the year it was established. 3. Company's Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) number. 4. Corporate office location. 5. List the total number of sales persons employed by your organization within the United States, broken down by market. 6. List the number and location of offices, or service centers for all states being offered in solicitation. Additionally, list the names of key contacts at each location with title and address. 7. Please provide contact information for the person(s) who will be responsible for the following areas, including resumes: a. Sales b. Sales Support c. Marketing d. Financial Reporting e. Executive Support 8. Define your standard terms of payment. 9. Who is your competition in the marketplace? 10. Overall annual sales for last three (3) years; 2011, 2012, 2013. 11. Overall public sector sales, excluding Federal Government, for last three (3) years; 2011, 2012, 2013. 12. What is your strategy to increase market share? 13. What differentiates your company from competitors? 14. Describe the capabilities and functionality of your firm's on-line catalog/ordering website. 15. Describe your company's level of expertise with web-based procurement providers such as ESM, SciQuest, Lawson, Oracle, SAP, Peoplesoft, and all others your company has successfully interfaced with a public agency. 16. Describe your company's ability to create and maintain a dedicated TCPN page on your company's website, as well as any other capabilities your company may have of promoting the contract online. 17. Describe your company's ability to maintain a vendor page on TCPN's website including always up-todate contact information and promotional materials. 18. Describe your company's Customer Service Department (hours of operation, number of centers, etc.). 34ofl54

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19. Provide information regarding whether your firm, either presently or in the past, has been involved in any litigation, bankruptcy, or reorganization.

Marketing / Sales 20. Detail how your organization plans to market this contract within the first ninety (90) days of the award date. This should include, but not be limited to: a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

A co-branded press release within first 30 days Announcement of award through any applicable social media sites Direct mail campaigns Co-branded collateral pieces Advertisement of contract in regional or national publications Participation in trade shows Dedicated TCPN and Region 4 ESC internet web-based homepage with: i. TCPN and Region 4 ESC Logo ii. Link to TCPN and Region 4 ESC website iii. Summary of contract and services offered iv. Due Diligence Documents including; copy of solicitation, copy of contract and any amendments, marketing materials

21. Describe how your company will demonstrate the benefits of this contract to eligible entities if awarded. 22. Explain how your company plans to market this agreement to existing government customers. 23. Provide a detailed ninety (90) day plan describing how the contract will be implemented within your firm. 24. Describe how you intend to train your national sales force on the Region 4 ESC agreement. 25. Acknowledge that your organization agrees to provide its company logo(s)to Region 4 ESC and agrees to provide permission for reproduction of such logo in marketing communications and promotions. 26. Provide the revenue that your organization anticipates each year for the first three (3) years of this agreement. $

in year one

$

in year two

$

in year three Administration

27. Describe your company's implementation and success with existing cooperative purchasing programs, if any, and provide the cooperative's name(s), contact person(s) and contact information as reference(s). 28. Describe the capacity of your company to report monthly sales through this agreement. 29. Describe the capacity of your company to provide management reports, i.e. consolidated billing by location, time and attendance reports, etc. for each eligible agency.

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30. Do you have a policy or policies requiring compliance with all federal, state, international and applicable local laws? Please attach or provide a link: 31. Do you have a compliance department? If so, please list the standards this department monitors compliance with {e.g. applicable federal and state laws, internal policy, ISO processes, GSA regulations, etc.). 32. Within the past 5 years, has your organization been made aware of any investigations involving your organization for violation(s) of a law or laws, the legally authorized penalties for which exceeded $500,000? If yes, please list all such investigations and their outcomes: 33. Please provide any suggested improvements and alternatives for doing business with your company that will make this arrangement more cost effective for your company and Participating Public Agencies. Green Initiatives We are committed to helping to build a cleaner future! As our business grows, we want to make sure we minimize our impact on the Earth's climate. So we are taking every step we can to implement innovative and responsible environmental practices throughout Region 4 ESC to reduce our carbon footprint, reduce waste, promote energy conservation, ensure efficient computing, and much more. We would like vendors to partner with us in this enterprise. To that effort, we ask respondents to provide their companies environmental policy and/or green initiative. 34. Please provide information about your current environmental orsustainability initiatives. 35. How do you ensure and measure the success of your sustainability policy and initiatives? Diversity Initiatives 36. Please describe any diversity programs and/or partnerships that your company has currently implemented. 37. What policies and initiatives promoting diversity within your workforce do you have? Please attach copies of the policies or provide links: 38. What policies and initiatives promoting diversity within your supplier base do you have? Please attach copies of the policies or provide links: Vendor Certifications (if applicable) Provide a copy of all current licenses, registrations and certifications issued by federal, state and local agencies, and any other licenses, registrations or certifications from any other governmental entity with jurisdiction, allowing respondent to perform the covered services including, but not limited to licenses, registrations or certifications. M/WBE, HUB, DVBE, small and disadvantaged business certifications and other diverse business certifications, as well as manufacturer certifications for sales and service must be included if applicable.

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References Provide a minimum often (10) customer references for product and/or services of similar scope dating within the past three (3) years. Please try to provide an equal number of references for K12, Higher Education and City/County entities. Provide the following information for each reference: Entity Name Contact Name and Title City and State Phone Number Years Serviced Description of Services Annual Volume

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Appendix G: VALUE ADD Please include any additional products and/or services not included in the scope of the solicitation that you think will enhance and/or add value to this contract for participating agencies.

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Appendix H: ADDITIONAL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS DOC #1

Clean Air and Water Act

DOC #2

Debarment Notice

DOC #3

Lobbying Certification

DOC #4

Contractors Requirements

DOC #5

Antitrust Certification Statement

FOR VENDORS INTENDING TO DO BUSINESS IN NEW JERSEY:

DOC #6

Ownership Disclosure Form

DOC #7

Non-Collusion Affidavit

DOC #8

Affirmative Action Affidavit

DOC #9

Political Contribution Disclosure Form

DOC #10

Stockholder Disclosure Form

New Jersey vendors are also required to comply with the following New Jersey statutes when applicable: All anti-discrimination laws, including those contained in N.J.S.A. 10:2-1 through N.J.S.A. 10:2-14, N.J.S.A. 10:5-1, and N.J.S.A. 10:5-31 through 10:5-38. Compliance with Prevailing Wage Act, N.J.S.A. 34:11-56.26, for all contracts within the contemplation of the Act. Compliance with Public Works Contractor Registration Act, N.J.S.A. 34:11-56.26 Bid and Performance Security, as required by the applicable municipal or state statutes.

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DOC #1

Clean Air and Water Act

I, the Vendor, am in compliance with all applicable standards, orders or regulations issued pursuant to the Clean Air Act of 1970, as Amended (42 U.S. C. 1857 (h), Section 508 of the Clean Water Act, as amended (33 U.S.C. 1368), Executive Order 117389 and Environmental Protection Agency Regulation, 40 CFR Part 15 as required under OMB Circular A-102, Attachment O, Paragraph 14 (1) regarding reporting violations to the grantor agency and to the United States Environment Protection Agency Assistant Administrator for the Enforcement.

Potential Vendor: Title of Authorized Representative: Mailing Address: Signature:

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DOC #2

Debarment Notice

I, the Vendor, certify that my company has not been debarred, suspended or otherwise ineligible for participation in Federal Assistance programs under Executive Order 12549, "Debarment and Suspension", as described in the Federal Register and Rules and Regulations.

Potential Vendor: Title of Authorized Representative: Mailing Address: Signature:

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DOC #3

LOBBYING CERTIFICATION

Submission of this certification is a prerequisite for making or entering into this transaction and is imposed by Section 1352, Title 31, U.S. Code. This certification is a material representation of fact upon which reliance was placed when this transaction was made or entered into. Any person who fails to file the required certification shall be subject to civil penalty of not less than $10,000 and not more than $100,000 for each such failure. The undersigned certifies, to the best of his/her knowledge and belief, that: 1. No Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid on behalf of the undersigned, to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with the awarding of a Federal contract, the making of a Federal grant, the making of a Federal loan, the entering into a cooperative agreement, and the extension, continuation, renewal, amendment, or modification of a Federal contract, grant, loan, or cooperative agreement. 2. If any funds other than Federal appropriated funds have been or will be paid to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with this Federal contract or cooperative agreement, the undersigned shall complete and submit Standard Form LLL, "Disclosure of Lobbying Activities," in accordance with its instructions. 3. The undersigned shall require that the language of this certification be included in the award documents for all covered sub-awards exceeding $100,000 in Federal funds at all appropriate tiers and that all sub-recipients shall certify and disclose accordingly.

Signature of Respondent

Date

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DOC #4

CONTRACTOR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

Contractor's Employment Eligibility By entering the contract, Contractor warrants compliance with the Federal Immigration and Nationality Act (FINA), and all other federal and state immigration laws and regulations. The Contractor further warrants that it is in compliance with the various state statues of the states it is will operate this contract in. Participating Government Entities including School Districts may request verification of compliance from any Contractor or subcontractor performing work under this Contract. These Entities reserve the right to confirm compliance in accordance with applicable laws. Should the Participating Entities suspect or find that the Contractor or any of its subcontractors are not in compliance, they may pursue any and all remedies allowed by law, including, but not limited to: suspension of work, termination of the Contract for default, and suspension and/or debarment of the Contractor. All costs necessary to verify compliance are the responsibility of the Contractor. The offerer complies and maintains compliance with the appropriate statutes which requires compliance with federal immigration laws by State employers, State contractors and State subcontractors in accordance with the E-Verify Employee Eligibility Verification Program. Contractor shall comply with governing board policy of the Region 4 ESC Participating entities in which work is being performed.

Fingerprint and Background Checks If required to provide services on school district property at least five (5) times during a month, contractor shall submit a full set of fingerprints to the school district if requested of each person or employee who may provide such service. Alternately, the school district may fingerprint those persons or employees. An exception to this requirement may be made as authorized in Governing Board policy. The district shall conduct a fingerprint check in accordance with the appropriate state and federal laws of all contractors, subcontractors or vendors and their employees for which fingerprints are submitted to the district. Contractor, subcontractors, vendors and their employees shall not provide services on school district properties until authorized by the District. The offerer shall comply with fingerprinting requirements in accordance with appropriate statutes in the state in which the work is being performed unless otherwise exempted. Contractor shall comply with governing board policy in the school district or Participating Entity in which work is being performed. Business Operations in Sudan, Iran In accordance with A.R.S. 35-391 and A.R.S. 35-393, the Contractor hereby certifies that the contractor does not have scrutinized business operations in Sudan and/or Iran.

Signature of Respondent Date

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DOC #5

ANTITRUST CERTIFICATION STATEMENTS (Tex. Government Code § 2155.005)

I affirm under penalty of perjury of the laws of the State of Texas that: 1. I am duly authorized to execute this contract on my own behalf or on behalf of the company, corporation, firm, partnership or individual (Company) listed below; 2. In connection with this proposal, neither I nor any representative of the Company has violated any provision of the Texas Free Enterprise and Antitrust Act, Tex. Bus. & Comm. Code Chapter 15; 3. In connection with this proposal, neither I nor any representative of the Company has violated any federal antitrust law; and 3. Neither I nor any representative of the Company has directly or indirectly communicated any of the contents of this proposal to a competitor of the Company or any other company, corporation, firm, partnership or individual engaged in the same line of business as the Company.

Vendor

Offerer Signature Printed Name

Position with Company

Address

Authorizing Official Signature Phone Printed Name

Fax

Position with Company

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DOC #6

OWNERSHIP DISCLOSURE FORM (N.J.S. 52:25-24.2) Pursuant to the requirements of P.L. 1999, Chapter 440 effective April 17, 2000 {Local Public Contracts Law), the offerer shall complete the form attached to these specifications listing the persons owning 10 percent (10%) or more of the firm presenting the proposal,

Company Name: Street: City, State, Zip Code: Complete as appropriate: /

, certify that I am the sole owner of , that there are no partners and the business is not incorporated, and the provisions of N.J.S. 52:25-24.2 do not apply, OR: I , a partner in , do hereby certify that the following is a list of all individual partners who own a 10% or greater interest therein. I further certify that if one (1) or more of the partners is itself a corporation or partnership, there is also set forth the names and addresses of the stockholders holding 10% or more of that corporation !s stock or the individual partners owning 10% or greater interest in that partnership. OR: I , an authorized representative of , a corporation, do hereby certify that the following is a list of the names and addresses of all stockholders in the corporation who own 10% or more of its stock of any class. I further certify that if one (1) or more of such stockholders is itself a corporation or partnership, that there is also set forth the names and addresses of the stockholders holding 10% or more of the corporation's stock or the individual partners owning a 10% or greater interest in that partnership. (Note: If there are no partners or stockholders owning 10% or more interest, indicate none.) Name Address Interest

/ further certify that the statements and information contained herein, are complete and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

Date

Authorized Signature and Title

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DOC #7

NON-COLLUSION AFFIDAVIT Company Name: Street: City, State, Zip Codej State of New Jersey County of /,

of the

Name

City

in the County of , State of of full age, being duly sworn according to law on my oath depose and say that: I am the

of the firm of Title

Company Name

the offeror making the Proposal for the goods, services or public work specified under the Harrison Township Board of Education attached proposal, and that I executed the said proposal with full authority to do so; that said offeror has not directly or indirectly entered into any agreement, participated in any collusion, or otherwise taken any action in restraint of free, competitive bidding in connection with the above proposal, and that all statements contained in said proposal and in this affidavit are true and correct, and made with full knowledge that the Harrison Township Board of Education relies upon the truth of the statements contained in said proposal and in the statements contained in this affidavit in awarding the contract for the said goods, services or public work. I further warrant that no person or selling agency has been employed or retained to solicit or secure such contract upon an agreement or understanding for a commission, percentage, brokerage or contingent fee, except bona fide employees or bona fide established commercial or selling agencies maintained by Company Name

Authorized Signature & Title

Subscribed and sworn before me this

day of

Notary Public of New Jersey My commission expires

, 20

, 20_

SEAL

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DOC #8

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AFFIDAVIT (P.L. 1975,0.127) Company Name: Street: City, State, Zip Code: Proposal Certification: Indicate below your compliance with New Jersey Affirmative Action regulations. Your proposal will be accepted even if you are not in compliance at this time. No contract and/or purchase order may be issued, however, until all Affirmative Action requirements are met. Required Affirmative Action Evidence: Procurement, Professional & Service Contracts (Exhibit A) Vendors must submit with proposal: 1. A photo copy of their Federal Letter of Affirmative Action Plan Approval OR 2. A photo copy of their Certificate of Employee Information Report OR 3. A complete Affirmative Action Employee Information Report (AA302)

Public Work - Over $50,000 Total Project Cost: A. No approved Federal or New Jersey Affirmative Action Plan. We will complete Report Form AA201-A upon receipt from the Harrison Township Board of Education B. Approved Federal or New Jersey Plan - certificate enclosed / further certify that the statements and information contained herein, are complete and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

Date

Authorized Signature and Title

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P.L. 1995, c. 127 (N.J.A.C. 17:27) MANDATORY AFFIRMATIVE ACTION LANGUAGE PROCUREMENT. PROFESSIONAL AND SERVICE CONTRACTS During the performance of this contract, the contractor agrees as follows: The contractor or subcontractor, where applicable, will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sex, affectional or sexual orientation. The contractor will take affirmative action to ensure that such applicants are recruited and employed, and that employees are treated during employment, without regard to their age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sex, affectional or sexual orientation. Such action shall include, but not be limited to the following: employment, upgrading, demotion, or transfer; recruitment or recruitment advertising; layoff or termination; rates of pay or other forms of compensation; and selection for training, including apprenticeship. The contractor agrees to post in conspicuous places, available to employees and applicants for employment, notices to be provided by the Public Agency Compliance Officer setting forth provisions of this non-discrimination clause. The contractor or subcontractor, where applicable will, in all solicitations or advertisement for employees placed by or on behalf of the contractor, state that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sex, affectional or sexual orientation. The contractor or subcontractor, where applicable, will send to each labor union or representative of workers with which it has a collective bargaining agreement or other contract or understanding, a notice, to be provided by the agency contracting officer advising the labor union or workers' representative of the contractor's commitments under this act and shall post copies of the notice in conspicuous places available to employees and applicants for employment. The contractor or subcontractor, where applicable, agrees to comply with any regulations promulgated by the Treasurer pursuant to P.L. 1975, c. 127, as amended and supplemented from time to time and the Americans with Disabilities Act. The contractor or subcontractor agrees to attempt in good faith to employ minority and female workers trade consistent with the applicable county employment goal prescribed by N.J.A.C. 17:27-5.2 promulgated by the Treasurer pursuant to P.L. 1975, C.127, as amended and supplemented from time to time or in accordance with a binding determination of the applicable county employment goals determined by the Affirmative Action Office pursuant to N.J.A.C. 17:27-5.2 promulgated by the Treasurer pursuant to P.L. 1975, C.127, as amended and supplemented from time to time. The contractor or subcontractor agrees to inform in writing appropriate recruitment agencies in the area, including employment agencies, placement bureaus, colleges, universities, labor unions, that it does not discriminate on the basis of age, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sex, affectional or sexual orientation, and that it will discontinue the use of any recruitment agency which engages in direct or indirect discriminatory practices. The contractor or subcontractor agrees to revise any of it testing procedures, if necessary, to assure that all personnel testing conforms with the principles of job-related testing, as established by the statutes and court decisions of the state of New Jersey and as established by applicable Federal law and applicable Federal court decisions. 48 of 154

The contractor or subcontractor agrees to review all procedures relating to transfer, upgrading, downgrading and lay-off to ensure that all such actions are taken without regard to age, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sex, affectional or sexual orientation, and conform with the applicable employment goals, consistent with the statutes and court decisions of the State of New Jersey, and applicable Federal law and applicable Federal court decisions. The contractor and its subcontractors shall furnish such reports or other documents to the Affirmative Action Office as may be requested by the office from time to time in order to carry out the purposes of these regulations, and public agencies shall furnish such information as may be requested by the Affirmative Action Office for conducting a compliance investigation pursuant to Subchapter 10 of the Administrative Code fNJAC 17:27).

Signature of Procurement Agent

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C. 271 POLITICAL CONTRIBUTION DISCLOSURE FORM Public Agency Instructions This page provides guidance to public agencies entering into contracts with business entities that are required to file Political Contribution Disclosure forms with the agency. It is not intended to be provided to contractors. What follows are instructions on the use of form local units can provide to contractors that are required to disclose political contributions pursuant to N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.26 (P.L. 2005, c. 271, s.2). Additional information on the process is available in Local Finance Notice 2006-1 (www.ni.gov/dca/las/lfns/lfnmenu.shtmh. The disclosure is required for all contracts in excess of $17,500 that are not awarded pursuant to a "fair and open" process (N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.7V Due to the potential length of some contractor submissions, the public agency should consider allowing data to be submitted in electronic form {i.e., spreadsheet, pdffile, etc.). Submissions must be kept with the contract documents or in an appropriate computer file and be available for public access. The form is worded to accept this alternate submission. The text should be amended if electronic submission will not be allowed. The submission must be received from the contractor and on file at least 10 days prior to award of the contract. Resolutions of award should reflect that the disclosure has been received and is on file. The contractor must disclose contributions made to candidate and party committees covering a wide range of public agencies, including all public agencies that have elected officials in the county of the public agency, state legislative positions, and various state entities. The Division of Local Government Services recommends that contractors be provided a list of the affected agencies. This will assist contractors in determining the campaign and political committees of the officials and candidates affected by the disclosure. a. The Division has prepared model disclosure forms for each county. They can be downloaded from the "County PCD Forms" link on the Pay-to-Play web site at www.ni.gov/dca/lqs/p2p. They will be updated from time-to-time as necessary. b. A public agency using these forms should edit them to properly reflect the correct legislative district(s). As the forms are county-based, they list all legislative districts in each county. Districts that do not represent the public agency should be removed from the lists. c. Some contractors may find iteasierto provide a single list that covers all contributions, regardless of the county. These submissions are appropriate and should be accepted. d. The form may be used "as-is", subject to edits as described herein. e. The "Contractor Instructions" sheet is intended to be provided with the form. It is recommended that the Instructions and the form be printed on the same piece of paper. The form notes that the Instructions are printed on the back of the form; where that is not the case, the text should be edited accordingly. f. The form is a Word document and can be edited to meet local needs, and posted for download on web sites, used as an e-mail attachment, or provided as a printed document. It is recommended that the contractor also complete a "Stockholder Disclosure Certification." This will assist the local unit in its obligation to ensure that contractor did not make any prohibited contributions to the committees listed on the Business Entity Disclosure Certification in the 12 months prior to the contract. (See Local Finance Notice 2006-7 for additional information on this obligation) A sample Certification form is part of this package and the instruction to complete it is included in the Contractor Instructions. NOTE: This section is not applicable to Boards of Education.

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C. 271 POLITICAL CONTRIBUTION DISCLOSURE FORM Contractor Instructions Business entities (contractors) receiving contracts from a public agency that are NOT awarded pursuant to a "fair and open" process (defined at N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.7) are subject to the provisions of P.L. 2005, c. 271,s.2 (NJ^A 19:44A-20.26). This law provides that 10 days prior to the award of such a contract, the contractor shall disclose contributions to: • any State, county, or municipal committee of a political party • any legislative leadership committee* • any continuing political committee {a.k.a., political action committee) • any candidate committee of a candidate for, or holder of, an elective office: o of the public entity awarding the contract o of that county in which that public entity is located o of another public entity within that county o or of a legislative district in which that public entity is located or, when the public entity is a county, of any legislative district which includes all or part of the county. The disclosure must list reportable contributions to any of the committees that exceed $300 per election cycle that were made during the 12 months prior to award of the contract. See N.J.S.A. 19:44A-8 and 19:44A-16 for more details on reportable contributions. N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.26 itemizes the parties from whom contributions must be disclosed when a business entity is not a natural person. This includes the following: • individuals with an "interest" ownership or control of more than 10% of the profits or assets of a business entity or 10% of the stock in the case of a business entity that is a corporation for profit • all principals, partners, officers, or directors of the business entity or their spouses • any subsidiaries directly or indirectly controlled by the business entity • IRS Code Section 527 New Jersey based organizations, directly or indirectly controlled by the business entity and filing as continuing political committees, (PACs). When the business entity is a natural person, "a contribution by that person's spouse or child, residing therewith, shall be deemed to be a contribution by the business entity." FN.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.26fb)1 The contributor must be listed on the disclosure. Any business entity that fails to comply with the disclosure provisions shall be subject to a fine imposed by ELEC in an amount to be determined by the Commission which may be based upon the amount that the business entity failed to report. The enclosed list of agencies is provided to assist the contractor in identifying those public agencies whose elected official and/or candidate campaign committees are affected by the disclosure requirement. It is the contractor's responsibility to identify the specific committees to which contributions may have been made and need to be disclosed. The disclosed information may exceed the minimum requirement. The enclosed form, a content-consistent facsimile, or an electronic data file containing the required details (along with a signed cover sheet) may be used as the contractor's submission and is disclosable to the public under the Open Public Records Act. The contractor must also complete the attached Stockholder Disclosure Certification. This will assist the agency in meeting its obligations under the law.

NOTE: This section does not apply to Board of Education contracts. ' N.J.S.A. 19:44A-3(s): "The term "legislative leadership committee" means a committee established, authorized to be established, or designated by the President of the Senate, the Minority Leader of the Senate, the Speaker of the General Assembly or the Minority Leader of the General Assembly pursuant to section 16 of P.L.1993, c.65 (C.19:44A-10.1) for the purpose of receiving contributions and making expenditures."

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C. 271 POLITICAL CONTRIBUTION DISCLOSURE FORM Required Pursuant To N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.26 This form or its permitted facsimile must be submitted to the local unit no later than 10 days prior to the award of the contract. Part I - Vendor Information Vendor Name: Address: City:

State:

The undersigned being authorized to certify, hereby certifies that the submission provided herein represents compliance with the provisions of N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.26 and as represented by the Instructions accompanying this form.

Signature

Printed Name

Title

Part II - Contribution Disclosure Disclosure requirement: Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.26 this disclosure must include all reportable political contribution s (more than $300 per election cycle) over the 1 2 months prior to submission to the committees of the government entities listed on the form provided by the focal unit. ^] Check here if disclosure is provided in electronic form. Contributor Name

Recipient Name

Dollar Amount

Date $

Check here if the information is continued on subsequent page(s)

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Vendor Name: Contributor Name

Recipient Name

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Date

Dollar Amount

List of Agencies with Elected Officials Required for Political Contribution Disclosure N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.26 County Name: State: Governor, and Legislative Leadership Committees Legislative District #s: State Senator and two members of the General Assembly per district. County: Freeholders {County Executive}

County Clerk Surrogate

Sheriff

Municipalities (Mayor and members of governing body, regardless of title):

USERS SHOULD CREATE THEIR OWN FORM, OR DOWNLOAD FROM WWW.NJ.GOV/DCA/LGS/P2P A COUNTY-BASED. CUSTOMIZABLE FORM.

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STOCKHOLDER DISCLOSURE CERTIFICATION Name of Business: LJ

I certify that the list below contains the names and home addresses of all stockholders holding 10% or more of the issued and outstanding stock of the undersigned. OR

LJ

I certify that no one stockholder owns 10% or more of the issued and outstanding stock of the undersigned.

Check the box that represents the type of business organization: LJ Partnership Proprietorship

LJ Corporation

LJSole

Qlimited Partnership LJLimited Liability Corporation

LJlimited Liability Partnership

LJSubchapter S Corporation Sign and notarize the form below, and, if necessary, complete the stockholder list below. Stockholders: Name:

Name:

Home Address:

Home Address:

Name:

Name:

Home Address:

Home Address:

Name:

Name:

Home Address:

Home Address:

Subscribed and sworn before me this

day of (Affiant)

(Notary Public) (Print name & title of affiant) My Commission expires: (Corporate Seal)

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Appendix I: STATE NOTICE Pursuant to certain state notice provisions, including but not limited to Oregon Revised Statutes Chapter 279A.220, the following public agencies and political subdivisions of the referenced public agencies are eligible to register with TCPN and access the Vendor Contract award made pursuant to this solicitation, and hereby given notice of the foregoing request for proposals for purposes of complying with the procedural requirements of said statutes: Nationwide: State of Alabama

State of Hawaii

State of Massachusetts

State of Alaska

State of Idaho

State of Michigan

State of Arizona

State of Illinois

State of Minnesota

State of Arkansas

State of Indiana

State of Mississippi

State of California State of Colorado

State of Iowa State of Kansas

State of Missouri State of Montana

State of Connecticut State of Delaware

State of Kentucky State of Louisiana State of Maine

State of Nebraska

State of Florida State of Georgia

State of Maryland

State of Nevada State of New Hampshire State of New Jersey

State of New Mexico State of New York State of North Carolina State of North Dakota State of Ohio State of Oklahoma State of Oregon State of Pennsylvania State of Rhode Island State of South Carolina

State of South Dakota State of Tennessee State of Texas State of Utah State of Vermont State of Virginia State of Washington State of West Virginia State of Wisconsin State of Wyoming

District of Columbia

Lists of political subdivisions and local governments in the above referenced states/districts may be found at http://www.usa.gov/Aqencies/State and Territories.shtml and http://www.usa.gov/Aaencies/Local.shtml Certain Public Agencies and Political Subdivisions: Cities. Towns. Villages, and Boroughs in California including but not limited to: EL SEGUNDO CITY HALL LOS ANGELES CITY HALL COMMERCE CITY HALL GARDENA CITY HALL VERNON CITY HALL CITY OF HAWTHORNE CITY OF HERMOSA BEACH WEST HOLLYWOOD CITY HALL CITY OF BELL HUNTINGTON PARK CITY HALL LAWNDALE CITY HALL BELL GARDENS CITY HALL LYNWOOD CITY HALL CUDAHY CITY HALL MALIBU CITY HALL BEVERLY HILLS CITY HALL MANHATTAN BEACH CITY HALL CITY OF COMPTON MAYWOOD CITY HALL CULVER CITY CITY HALL DOWNEY CITY HALL PALOS VERDES ESTATES CITY HALL

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Appendix E: QUESTIONNAIRE Please provide responses to the following questions that address your company's operations, organization, structure and processes for providing products and services. 1. States Covered Offeror must indicate any and all states where products and services can be offered. Please indicate the price co-efficient for each state if it varies. [Xl 50 States & District of Columbia (Selecting this box is equal to checking all boxes below)

GAIabama DMontana GAIaska QNebraska GArizona QNevada DArkansas QNew Hampshire DCalifornia DNew Jersey DColorado QNew Mexico DConnecticut QNew York GDelaware OlMorth Carolina GDistrict of Columbia QNorth Dakota DFIorida QOhio DGeorgia QOklahoma GHawaii QOregon Gldaho QPennsylvania GlHinois DRhode Island Qlndiana QSouth Carolina Glowa GSouth Dakota GKansas DTennessee DKentucky G^exas DLouisiana QUtah DMaine GVermont DMarylzmd GVirginia Dlvlassachusetts GWashington GMichigan GWest Virginia GMinnesota GWisconsin G^ississippi GWyoming G Missouri |X] Territories & Outlying Areas (Selecting this box is equal to checking all boxes below) GAmerican Samoa GFederated States of Micronesia GGuam GMidway Islands

GNorthern Marina Islands GPuerto Rico G u - s - Virgin Islands

1. Diversity Programs • Do you currently have a diversity program or any diversity partners that you do business with? GYes [x]No •

If the answer is yes, do you plan to offer your program or partnership through through TCPN GYes

(If the answer is yes, attach a statement detailing the structure of your program, along with a list of your diversity alliances and a copy of their certifications.)



Will the products accessible through your diversity program or partnership be offered to TCPN members at the same pricing offered by your company? dYes DNo (If answer is no, attach a statement detailing how pricing for participants would be calculated.)

2.

Minority and Women Business Enterprise (MWBE) and (HUB) Participation It is the policy of some entities participating in TCPN to involve minority and women business enterprises (1WWBE), small and/or disadvantaged business enterprises, disable veterans business enterprises, historically utilized businesses (HUB) and other diversity recognized businesses in the purchase of goods and services. Respondents shall indicate below whether or not they hold certification in any of the classified areas and include proof of such certification with their response. a. Minority Women Business Enterprise Respondent certifies that this firm is an MWBE

QYes

List certifying agency: b. Small Business Enterprise (SBE) or Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Respondent certifies that this firm is a SBE or DBE

QYes

List certifying agency: c. Disabled Veterans Business Enterprise (DVBE) Respondent certifies that this firm is a DVBE

QYes

List certifying agency: d. Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB) Respondent certifies that this firm is a HUB

CHYes

List certifying agency: e. Historically Underutilized Business Zone Enterprise (HUBZone) Respondent certifies that this firm is a HUBZone

QYes _x]No

List certifying agency: f. Other Respondent certifies that this firm is a recognized diversity certificate holder List certifying agency: 3.

QYes

Residency Responding Company's principal place of business is in the city of Austin __ State of

4.

Felony Conviction Notice Please check applicable box: D

A publicly held corporation; therefore, this reporting requirement is not applicable.

1X1

Is not owned or operated by anyone who has been convicted of a felony.

[H

Is owned or operated by the following individual(s) who has/have been convicted of a felony.

*lf the third box is checked a detailed explanation of the names and convictions must be attached. 5.

Processing Information Company contact for: Contract Management Contact Person: _ Lisa Guseman Title:

Manager, Public School Sales

Company: Info-Snap, Inc. Address: 7700 Old Georgetown Rd. City: Bethesda

State: MD

Phone: 512-375-4579 Email:

Zip: 20814

Fax: 301-986-0330

[email protected]

Billing & Reporting/Accounts Payable Contact Person: Tina Connolly Title:

A a o i n i l . u ii

Company: Address: City:

InfoSnap, Inc. 7700 Old Georgetown Rd.

Bethesda

Phone: 512-375-4514

State:

MD

Fax:

Zip: 20814

301-986-0330

Email: [email protected]

Marketing Contact Person: Noel Johnson Title: Director of Marketing and Communications, Public Schools Company: InfoSnap, Inc. Address: 7700 Old Georgetown Rd. City: Phone: Email:

Bethesda 412-375-4551 [email protected]

State:

MD

Fax:

Zip:

301-986-0330

20814

6.

Distribution Channel: Which best describes your company's position in the distribution channel:

7.

H Manufacturer direct

D Certified education/government reseller

D Authorized distributor

D Manufacturer marketing through reseller

d Value-added reseller

Q Other

Pricing Information •

In addition to the current typical unit pricing furnished herein, the Vendor agrees to offer all future product introductions at prices that are proportionate to Contract Pricing. K]Yes DNo

(If answer is no, attach a statement detailing how pricing for participants would be calculated.)



Pricing submitted includes the required administrative fee.

EHYes SlNo

(Fee calculated based on invoice price to customer) • 8.

Additional discounts for purchase of a guaranteed quantity?

QYes [X]No

Cooperatives

List any other cooperative or state contracts currently held or in the process of securing

Cooperative/State Agency

Discount Offered

Expires

Annual Sales Volume

PEPPM

10%

12/2017

$100,000.00

TIPS/TAPS

10%

10/2017

$275,000.00

IU13

10% 10%

12/2015

$120,000.00

8/2015 N/A

$100,000.00

WSIPC Nassau Boces

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10%

$30,000.00

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Appendix F: COMPANY PROFILE Please provide the following: 1. Company's official registered name. InfoSnap, Inc. 2. Brief history of your company, including the year it was established. InfoSnap is a privately held company that has been providing K12 Online Registration Management solutions since September 2000. With two corporate offices, the Austin Texas office serves as headquarters for the Product Development and Client Services departments while the Bethesda Maryland office is headquarters for the Sales, Marketing and Accounting departments. We have several smaller satellite offices across the US. InfoSnap has 86 full time employees devoted to developing and delivering world class solutions with unparalleled customer support. We have a track record of excellence with a spirit of never being satisfied and complacent as is evidenced by the approaching release of version 3.0 and our refreshed School Choice lottery solution. InfoSnap has 650+ customers and enjoys high seven figure yearly sales volume thanks to above industry average renewal and client retention. The references on Tab 6 would be happy to speak to you on our behalf regarding the InfoSnap implementation in their school district. Please feel free to reach out to them at your convenience. Also check-out the client quotes and testimonials on our public website: www.infosnap.com . 3. Company's Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) number. 110659393 4. Corporate office location. InfoSnap, Inc. 2705 Bee Caves Road Suite 245 Austin, TX 78746 5. List the total number of sales persons employed by your organization within the United States, broken down by market. Public School Market - 13 Charter School Market - 4 Independent School Market -2 6. List the number and location of offices, or service centers for all states being offered in solicitation. Additionally, list the names of key contacts at each location with title, address, phone and e-mail address. Our Bethesda Maryland office serves as our Hub for all sales activities, though we have smaller satellite offices located across the US. To assure all inquiries are handled as efficiently as possible they should be directed to: InfoSnap, Inc. 7700 Old Georgetown Rd. Ste. 850 Bethesda, MD 20814 (512)375-4500 [email protected]

7. Please provide contact information for the person(s) who will be responsible for the following areas, including resumes: a. Sales Lisa Guseman/lisa.guseman(q)infosnap.com/512-375-4579 Lisa brings 9+ years of experience in the education technology market. Prior to joining InfoSnap, Lisa served as the Director of Sales Operations and Support at Turning Technologies as well as Director of Sales Development/Operations at elnstruction Corporation. The transition from education hardware technology to education Software as a Service (SaaS) has been an exciting experience, one we suspect many of our education customers are encountering as well. Lisa graduated from Shippensburg University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. b. Sales Support Lisa Guseman/[email protected]/512-375-4579 See above Bio. c. Marketing Noel Johnson/[email protected]/512-375-4551 Noel has been working in the education technology industry for over eight years. He received his M.B.A. with a concentration in Marketing from Georgetown University and holds a B.B.A from the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University. Prior to working in education, Noel was an international development consultant and served as a US Peace Corps Volunteer from 2002-2004, implementing micro-enterprise development projects in Armenia. d. Financial Reporting Tina Connollv/tina(a)infosnap.com/512-375-4514 Tina Connolly has been with InfoSnap since 2001. She oversees the Accounting, Human Resources and office management functions. She graduated with an AA (1978), BBA (1979) and MBA (1983) from Marymount College of Virginia, currently Marymount University. Prior to joining InfoSnap, she worked for Youth for Understanding, US Feed Grains Council, Sign Language Associates and ZagamaTrozzi Chartered. e. Executive Support Lou Trotter/[email protected]/512-375-45QO As an attorney and accomplished business professional, Lou brings years of leadership and web application experience to the education industry. Prior to the inception of InfoSnap, Lou founded Trotter Kent, Inc., a company that utilized database and web applications for commercial loan servicing. Lou served there as CEO before selling the company to the Bank of New York, in addition to practicing law for eight years, Lou held the position of Chief Operating Officer at Walker & Dunlop, Inc., a commercial real estate services company. Lou received an A.B. summa cum laude from Dartmouth College in 1972, an M.B.A. from the Amos Tuck School in 1973, and a J.D. from Yale Law School in 1976. 8. Define your standard terms of payment. Net 30 terms 9. Who is your competition in the marketplace?

While there are a few new, much smaller start-up companies trying to enter our space, our two main competitors are Registration Gateway and School Office Pro. InfoSnap is much bigger than both of these. 10. Overall annual sales for last three (3) years; 2011, 2012, 2013. 2011 -$1,720,000 2012-$2,500,000 2013-$3,930,000

11. Overall public sector sales, excluding Federal Government, for last three (3) years; 2011, 2012, 2013. 2011 -$870,000 2012-$1,900,000 2013-$3,200,000

12. What is your strategy to increase market share? InfoSnap is a growing company as evidenced in our revenue history above - we will continue to expand our product offering, explore new market verticals, and grow our sales and support staff to gain market share 13. What differentiates your company from competitors? InfoSnap has several exclusive 2-way integrations with Student Information Systems (SISs) like Pearson's PowerSchool and STI's iNow for example. This is extremely important to school districts that use these SISs we are able to assure them of a seamless two way communication between crucial databases protecting critical student data. We have even taken the integration to a higher level with Pearson co-developing an API that allows for single sign-on and real-time data delivery to and from PowerSchool. InfoSnap is the only online registration provider exclusively imbedded in the PowerSchool navigation for ease of access for both families and administrators at the schools. InfoSnap' s proprietary SmartForm™ technology sets us apart from our competitors. SmartForm™ technology allows us to customize on the fly - according to grade, school, student status, etc... Using this adaptive method, additional fields are presented throughout the family input process, based on the way certain questions are answered delivering a custom experience for each student. School Choice/Lottery - we are the only registration management company that can provide an end-to-end school choice/lottery solution. Our competitors do not offer post lottery automated email communications to families about their seated/waitlist status, post-lottery waitlist management tools, or audit tools to track changes made by district staff. InfoSnap has been designing, implementing and supporting online registration processes for schools and districts far longer than any other provider, giving us a more comprehensive understanding of what K12 school districts need and expect from a software provider. Our service was developed in-house, and as an expert and a pioneer in the custom online registration forms arena, InfoSnap continues to develop technological capabilities to further enhance the services we provide. As we consult with our clients and further understand their needs, we continuously look for new methods and capabilities that can be integrated into our technologies in order to improve efficiency and add value. We have ten times more customers than our next closest competitor. 14. Describe the capabilities and functionality of your firm's on-line catalog/ordering website. InfoSnap does not yet have a fully functional online catalog or ecommerce center. 15. Describe your company's level of expertise with web-based procurement providers such as ESM, SciQuest, Lawson, Oracle, SAP, PeopleSoft, and all others your company has successfully interfaced with a public agency. InfoSnap does not have experience with the web-based procurement providers listed. 16. Describe your company's ability to create and maintain a dedicated TCPN page on your company's website, as well as any other capabilities your company may have of promoting the contract online. The InfoSnap website will maintain information regarding the TCPN partnership, including the TCPN and Region 4 ESC Logo, links to the TCPN and Region 4 ESC website, a summary of partnership and the contract services

offered, documents available for download, including copy of solicitation, copy of contract and any amendments and marketing materials

17. Describe your company's ability to maintain a vendor page on TCPN's website including always up-to-date contract information and promotional materials. InfoSnap's marketing database coordinator will maintain the most up-to-date information and promotional materials on TCPN's website. 18. Describe your company's Customer Service Department (hours of operation, number of service centers, etc.)

Our Public School customers will have one primary and one back-up project lead dedicated to their solution not only during implementation, but also to call on throughout the year with any questions or challenges they may have. Technical and district level support will be provided on an ongoing basis by this dedicated service team, available by phone or email, between the hours of 8AM and 5PM CST. In addition families/end-users will be able to call or email a support team year round. Our online solution specialists adhere to a three day task completion model. It is InfoSnap's belief that all service/support requests should be addressed/completed within three full business days (unless otherwise advised) - see below expected response rates.

19. Provide information regarding whether your firm, either presently or in the past, has been involved in any litigation, bankruptcy, or reorganization. N/A - InfoSnap has never been involved in any litigation, bankruptcy, or reorganization. Marketing / Sales 20. Detail how your organization plans to market this contract within the first ninety (90) days of the award date. This should include, but not be limited to: A. A co-branded press release within first 30 days - Through our Communications Department, we will develop a co-branded press release within the first 30 days of receiving the award. The press release with include logo's and quotes from both InfoSnap and TCPN, and will be published via PR Web and our companies "News" page on the website. B. Announcement of award through any applicable social media sites - InfoSnap will promote the TCPN partnership through its corporate social media outlets including Twitter, Facebook and corporate blog. C. Direct mail campaigns - InfoSnap will promote the TCPN partnership though email campaigns targeted toward individuals at school districts responsible for managing student enrollment. Additionally InfoSnap will promote the partnership at conferences, trade shows and presentations, as appropriate.

D. Co-branded collateral pieces - InfoSnap will develop a co-branded 1-page collateral piece that will include corporate names, logos, an overview of the partnership, an "about us" section for each entity, and quotes clients. E. Advertisement of contract in regional or national publications - Occasionally InfoSnap will purchase advertising in regional or national printed publications. For these opportunities, InfoSnap will promote awareness of the contract by placing the TCPN and/or Region 4 ESC Logo within the advertisement. Participation in trade shows -InfoSnap participates in over 40 conferences and tradeshows throughout the US each year. At these events, InfoSnap will have collateral at our tradeshow booth to promote the TCPN partnership and facilitate a discussion for the benefits for TCPN F. Dedicated TCPN and Region 4 ESC internet web-based homepage with: The InfoSnap website will maintain information regarding the TCPN partnership, including the following elements: • • • •

TCPN and Region 4 ESC Logo Links to the TCPN and Region 4 ESC website Summary of partnership and the contract services offered Due diligence documents available for download, including copy of solicitation, copy of contract and any amendments and marketing materials

21. Describe how your company will demonstrate the benefits of this contract to eligible entities if awarded. The benefits of this contract will be demonstrated on the InfoSnap website, in collateral pieces that are both emailed to prospects and handed out at trade show booths. Additionally, InfoSnap conducts numerous national webinar presentations through the year where we will reference our TCPN relationship. Finally, direct conversations with Regional Sales Directors and InfoSnap prospects will promote the use of the contracting vehicle during the "proposal" stage in our business cycle. 22. Explain how your company plans to market this agreement to existing government customers. InfoSnap' s government customers and prospective customers are limited to American Schools abroad on military installations. We will market to them the same as non-government customers, assuring they know and understand the benefits or purchasing through this cooperative during our normal sales process. 23. Provide a detailed ninety (90) day plan describing how the contract will be implemented within your firm. Announce the award to sales team and entire company within 7 days of award Provide information and training to the sales and marketing teams within first 2 weeks Periodic supplemental training for new sales reps and as a refresher for experienced sales reps Review tracking, reporting and invoicing requirements with finance/accounting department within 30 days Develop/design marketing slicks and other customer facing documents within 60 days Design TCPN specific landing page on our public website within 90 days 24. Describe how you intend on train your national sales force on the Region 4 ESC agreement. Information will be distributed among our entire sales team informing them of the TCPN award - along with very detailed explanation about what it is, how to use it, how customer's benefit from using it, and how we as a company benefit. They will be given a tour of the TCPN website so they are aware of the many resources available to them/customers - and so they can easily guide new customers through it. 25. Acknowledge that your organization agrees to provide its company logo(s) to Region 4 ESC and agrees to provide permission for reproduction of such logo in marketing communications and promotions. InfoSnap agrees to provide its corporate logo to Region 4 ESC for use and in the reproduction of mutually approved promotional and communications materials. 26. Provide the revenue that your organization anticipates each year for the first three (3) years of this agreement.

$200.000.00 in year one $400.000.00 in year two $800.000.00 in year three Administration 27. Describe your company's implementation and success with existing cooperative purchasing programs, if any, and provide the cooperative's name(s), contact person(s) and contact information as reference(s). InfoSnap recognizes the value of working with purchasing cooperatives - a value not only to us as a vendor, but also to our clients and prospective customers. We would like to offer even more value by providing choices to our customers when they are in search of a purchasing vehicle that will allow them to bypass the need for attaining multiple competitive quotes or going out to RFP/Bid themselves. We seek purchasing cooperatives that are well known by our customer base and user-friendly. We are currently working with these National co-ops: TIPS/TAPS - Kim Thomson - [email protected] / 866-839-8477 PEPPM- Dave Manney - dmannevtqjpeppm.orq/ 570-523-1155 x2174 28. Describe the capacity of your company to report monthly sales through this agreement. Our Finance/Accounting department maintains records of transactions via our contracted cooperatives on an ongoing basis. We will do the same for TCPN and will submit a report in the format requested on a monthly basis to the designated administrator at TCPN (Lorrain Vuong)for subsequent invoicing.

29. Describe the capacity of your company to provide management reports, i.e. consolidated billing by location, time and attendance reports, etc. for each eligible agency. Software as a service (Saas) solutions do not require these types of reports for Public school districts. 30. Do you have a policy or policies requiring compliance with all federal, state, international and applicable local laws? Please attach or provide a link: Section 608 of the InfoSnap handbook dictates rules of conduct: "InfoSnap is committed to conducting its business in strict compliance with all applicable national and state laws and regulations, and all contract requirements. Accordingly, all employees are expected to follow these rules and regulations along with the rules and regulations set by InfoSnap." [http://wiki.infosnap.com/view/Employee_Handbook] 31. Do you have a compliance department? If so, please list the standards this department monitors compliance with (e.g. applicable federal and state laws, internal policy, ISO processes, GSA regulations, etc...) InfoSnap does not have an independent compliance department. We do have several individuals from various departments that continually review and monitor applicable laws and regulations impacting things like student information and privacy, data security, etc. 32. Within the past 5 years, has your organization been made aware of any investigations involving your organization for violations(s) of a law or laws, the legally authorized penalties for which exceeded $500,000? No. 33. Please provide any suggested improvements and alternatives for doing business with your company that will make this arrangement more cost effective for your company and Participating Public Agencies. No ideas at this time, but will share as they arise.

Green Initiatives We are committed to helping to build a cleaner future! As our business grows, we want to make sure we minimize our impact on the Earth's climate. So we are taking every step we can to implement innovative and responsible environmental practices throughout Region 4 ESC to reduce our carbon footprint, reduce waste, promote energy conservation, ensure efficient computing, and much more. We would like vendors to partner with us in this enterprise. To that effort, we ask respondents to provide their companies environmental policy and/or green initiative. 34. Please provide your current environmental policy or sustainability initiatives. Though InfoSnap does not have an official environmental policy, the infosnap Online Registration solution transitions School District's manual registration and re-enrollment processes from paper to online digital media eliminating a very tedious, time-consuming and expensive paper processes during registration - saving schools from having to issue thousands of pages of paper every year. Region 4 ESC will certainly be able to boast about conservation initiatives by adopting InfoSnap as an awarded vendor. 35. How do you ensure and measure the success of your sustainability policy and initiatives? InfoSnap tracks the number of forms we move from paper to online - it's incredibly easy to see the success of our efforts over the years. MO)

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Vendor Certifications (if applicable) Provide a copy of all current licenses, registrations and certifications issued by federal, state and local agencies, and any other licenses, registrations or certifications from any other governmental entity with jurisdiction, allowing respondent to perform the covered services including, but not limited to licenses, registrations or certifications. M/WBE, HUB, DVBE, small and disadvantaged business certifications and other diverse business certifications, as well as manufacturer certifications for sales and service must be included if applicable. In order to stay on the cutting edge of industry needs, InfoSnap has aligned itself with several education based affiliations including CoSN, A/CAPA, CETPA, WSIPC, Nassau BOCES, LHRIC BOCES, and IU13. We've established partnerships with Pearson, STI, Skyward, Progress Book Suites, and Sam7. In addition Infosnap stays current on technical certifications such as COPPA, PCI, SSL, and TrustWave.

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Appendix I: STATE NOTICE Pursuant to certain state notice provisions, including but not limited to Oregon Revised Statutes Chapter 279A.220, the following public agencies and political subdivisions of the referenced public agencies are eligible to register with TCPN and access the Vendor Contract award made pursuant to this solicitation, and hereby given notice of the foregoing request for proposals for purposes of complying with the procedural requirements of said statutes: Nationwide: State of Alabama

State of Hawaii

State of Massachusetts

State of Alaska

State of Idaho

State of Michigan

State of Arizona

State of Illinois

State of Minnesota

State of Arkansas

State of Indiana

State of Mississippi

State of California State of Colorado

State of Iowa State of Kansas

State of Missouri State of Montana

State of Connecticut State of Delaware

State of Kentucky State of Louisiana State of Maine

State of Nebraska

State of Florida State of Georgia

State of Maryland

State of Nevada State of New Hampshire State of New Jersey

State of New Mexico State of New York State of North Carolina State of North Dakota State of Ohio State of Oklahoma State of Oregon State of Pennsylvania State of Rhode Island State of South Carolina

State of South Dakota State of Tennessee State of Texas State of Utah State of Vermont State of Virginia State of Washington State of West Virginia State of Wisconsin State of Wyoming

District of Columbia

Lists of political subdivisions and local governments in the above referenced states/districts may be found at http://www.usa.aov/Aqencies/State and Territories.shtml and http://www.usa.gov/Aqencies/Locai.shtml Certain Public Agencies and Political Subdivisions: Cities, Towns. Villages, and Boroughs in California including but not limited to: EL SEGUNDO CITY HALL LOS ANGELES CITY HALL GARDENA CITY HALL COMMERCE CITY HALL VERNON CITY HALL CITY OF HAWTHORNE CITY OF HERMOSA BEACH WEST HOLLYWOOD CITY HALL HUNTINGTON PARK CITY HALL CITY OF BELL LAWNDALE CITY HALL BELL GARDENS CITY HALL LYNWOOD CITY HALL CUDAHY CITY HALL MALIBU CITY HALL BEVERLY HILLS CITY HALL MANHATTAN BEACH CITY HALL CITY OF COMPTON MAYWOOD CITY HALL CULVER CITY CITY HALL DOWNEY CITY HALL PALOS VERDES ESTATES CITY HALL

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Appendix B: PRODUCT/SERVICES

SPECIFICATIONS

It is the intention of Region 4 ESC to establish an annual contract with highly qualified Vendor(s) for Software and Related Products and Services on a national basis for education agencies and other public entities. Vendor(s) shall, at the request of Region 4 ESC and/or TCPN members, provide these covered products and associated services under the terms of this RFP and the contract terms and conditions. Software may be offered as out-of-the-box, Platform-as-a-Service (PAAS) or Software-as-a-service (SAAS). Region 4 ESC is seeking a variety of software applications pertaining to public agencies' needs, including but not limited to: • • • • • • • • • •

Operating Systems and Utilities Office Productivity Software Creative Software Financial Management Software Language Learning Software Enterprise Content Management Software Mass Communications Software Workforce Management Software Research-Based Data Analysis Software Anti-virus and Computer Security Software

Peripherals having to do with software offered for this RFP (such as headsets that may be paired with language learning software) may be offered as value add. All such peripherals must be auditably priced and follow the same guidelines listed in Appendix C as the main offering of software does. The following software offerings are excluded from this RFP and will not be accepted if they are offered: • • • •

Oracle Software Safety Information Management System Software Curriculum Software Facility Security or Vehicle Security Software

These are adequately handled by other contracts or pending solicitations.

linfoSnap, Inc. will provide covered products and associated services under the terms of this RFP and the contract terms and conditions. The InfoSnap solution is a higly customized Software-as-a-service (SaaS) product that would fit nicely into a category titled "Online Registration Management Systems" - not currently on ihe list of software applications above.

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References Provide a minimum of ten (10) customer references for product and/or services of similar scope dating within the past three (3) years. Please try to provide an equal number of references for K12, Higher Education and City/County entities. Provide the following information for each reference: Entity Name Horry County School District Contact Name and Title Missy Johnson/ Technology Solutions Coordinator City and State Conway, SC Phone Number (843)488-6881 Years Serviced 3 Description of Services New/Returning Online Student Registration Management Annual Volume $49,000 Entity Name Frisco Independent School District Contact Name and Title Liz Abbott/Director of Student Information Systems City and State Frisco, TX Phone Number (469)633-6270 Years Serviced 5 Description of Services New/Returning Online Student Registration Management/Summer School Program Annual Volume $117,600 Entity Name DeSoto County Schools Contact Name and Title Melissa Green/MIS Director City and State Hernando, MS Phone Number (662)449-7279 Years Serviced 3 Description of Services New/Returning Online Student Registration Management (English & Spanish) Annual Volume $74,000 Entity Name Savannah-Chatham School District Contact Name and Title David Feliciano/Chief Data and Information Officer City and State Savannah, GA Phone Number (912)201-5588 Years Serviced 3 Description of Services Online Registration Management/School Choice Lottery Annual Volume $76,000 Entity Name Baldwin County Public Schools Contact Name and Title Tuyen Collins/Software Manager City and State Minette, AL Phone Number (251)972-6850 Years Serviced 2 Description of Services New/Returning Online Student Registration Management (English & Spanish) Annual Volume $58,000 Entity Name Consolidated School District 158 Contact Name and Title Maureen Krohne/District Registrar City and State Algonquin, IL Phone Number (847)659-6142

Years Serviced 6 Description of Services New/Returning Online Student Registration Management Annual Volume $21,000 Entity Name Grand Prairie Independent School District Contact Name and Title Matt Yeager/SIS Director City and State Grand Prairie, TX Phone Number (972)522-2909 Years Serviced 3 Description of Services New/Returning Online Student Registration Management/ HighSchool Application/Transfer Applications/School Choice/Staff Forms Annual Volume $122,750

Entity Name Quakertown Community School District Contact Name and Title Thomas Murray/Director of Technology and Cyber Education City and State Quakertown, PA Phone Number (215)529-2026 Years Serviced 3 Description of Services New/Returning Online Student Registration Management {English & Spanish) Annual Volume $16,000 Entity Name Midlothian Independent School District Contact Name and Title Kim Domke/lnformation Systems Admin City and State Midlothian, TX Phone Number (972)775-8296 Years Serviced 2 Description of Services New/Returning Online Student Registration Management (English & Spanish) Annual Volume $19,800 Entity Name Falls Church City Public Schools Contact Name and Title Leila Levesque/Registrar City and State Falls Church, VA Phone Number (703)248-5612 Years Serviced 10 Description of Services New/Returning Online Student Registration Management Annual Volume $11,000

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Appendix G: VALUE ADD Please include any additional products and/or services not included in the scope of the solicitation that you think will enhance and/or add value to this contract for participating agencies.

Not Applicable at this time - all InfoSnap SaaS solutions are included in this response

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Appendix H: ADDITIONAL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS DOC #1

Clean Air and Water Act

DOC #2

Debarment Notice

DOC #3

Lobbying Certification

DOC #4

Contractors Requirements

DOC #5

Antitrust Certification Statement

FOR VENDORS INTENDING TO DO BUSINESS IN NEW JERSEY:

DOC #6

Ownership Disclosure Form

DOC #7

Non-Collusion Affidavit

DOC #8

Affirmative Action Affidavit

DOC #9

Political Contribution Disclosure Form

DOC #10

Stockholder Disclosure Form

New Jersey vendors are also required to comply with the following New Jersey statutes when applicable: All anti-discrimination laws, including those contained in N.J.S.A. 10:2-1 through N.J.S.A. 10:2-14, N.J.S.A. 10:5-1, and N.J.S.A. 10:5-31 through 10:5-38. Compliance with Prevailing Wage Act, N.J.S.A. 34:11-56.26, for all contracts within the contemplation of the Act. Compliance with Public Works Contractor Registration Act, N.J.S.A. 34:11-56.26 Bid and Performance Security, as required by the applicable municipal or state statutes.

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DOC #1

Clean Air and Water Act

I, the Vendor, am in compliance with all applicable standards, orders or regulations issued pursuant to the Clean Air Act of 1970, as Amended (42 U.S. C. 1857 (h), Section 508 of the Clean Water Act, as amended (33 U.S.C. 1368), Executive Order 117389 and Environmental Protection Agency Regulation, 40 CFR Part 15 as required under OMB Circular A-102, Attachment O, Paragraph 14 (1) regarding reporting violations to the grantor agency and to the United States Environment Protection Agency Assistant Administrator for the Enforcement.

Potential Vendor:

infoSnap, Inc.

Title of Authorized Representative: Mailing Address:

President and CEO

7700 Old Georgetown Rd.Stg^50 Bethesda, MD 20814

Signature:

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DOC #2

Debarment Notice

I, the Vendor, certify that my company has not been debarred, suspended or otherwise ineligible for participation in Federal Assistance programs under Executive Order 12549, "Debarment and Suspension", as described in the Federal Register and Rules and Regulations. Potential Vendor:

I°foSnap,lnc.

Title of Authorized Representative:

President and CEO

Mailing Address: 7700 Old Georgetown Rd. Ste. 850 Bethesda, MD 20814 Signature:

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DOC #3

LOBBYING CERTIFICATION

Submission of this certification is a prerequisite for making or entering into this transaction and is imposed by Section 1352, Title 31, U.S. Code. This certification is a material representation of fact upon which reliance was placed when this transaction was made or entered into. Any person who fails to file the required certification shall be subject to civil penalty of not less than $10,000 and not more than $100,000 for each such failure. The undersigned certifies, to the best of his/her knowledge and belief, that: 1. No Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid on behalf of the undersigned, to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with the awarding of a Federal contract, the making of a Federal grant, the making of a Federal loan, the entering into a cooperative agreement, and the extension, continuation, renewal, amendment, or modification of a Federal contract, grant, loan, or cooperative agreement. 2. If any funds other than Federal appropriated funds have been or will be paid to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with this Federal contract or cooperative agreement, the undersigned shall complete and submit Standard Form ILL, "Disclosure of Lobbying Activities," in accordance with its instructions. 3. The undersigned shall require that the language of this certification be included in the award documents for all covered sub-awards exceeding $100,000 in Federal funds at all appropriate tiers and that all sub-recipients shall certify and disclose accordingly.

Signature of Respondent

Date

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DOC #4

CONTRACTOR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

Contractor's Employment Eligibility By entering the contract, Contractor warrants compliance with the Federal Immigration and Nationality Act (FINA), and all other federal and state immigration laws and regulations. The Contractor further warrants that it is in compliance with the various state statues of the states it is will operate this contract in. Participating Government Entities including School Districts may request verification of compliance from any Contractor or subcontractor performing work under this Contract. These Entities reserve the right to confirm compliance in accordance with applicable laws. Should the Participating Entities suspect or find that the Contractor or any of its subcontractors are not in compliance, they may pursue any and all remedies allowed by law, including, but not limited to: suspension of work, termination of the Contract for default, and suspension and/or debarment of the Contractor. All costs necessary to verify compliance are the responsibility of the Contractor. The offerer complies and maintains compliance with the appropriate statutes which requires compliance with federal immigration laws by State employers, State contractors and State subcontractors in accordance with the E-Verify Employee Eligibility Verification Program. Contractor shall comply with governing board policy of the Region 4 ESC Participating entities in which work is being performed.

Fingerprint and Background Checks If required to provide services on school district property at least five (5) times during a month, contractor shall submit a full set of fingerprints to the school district if requested of each person or employee who may provide such service. Alternately, the school district may fingerprint those persons or employees. An exception to this requirement may be made as authorized in Governing Board policy. The district shall conduct a fingerprint check in accordance with the appropriate state and federal laws of all contractors, subcontractors or vendors and their employees for which fingerprints are submitted to the district. Contractor, subcontractors, vendors and their employees shall not provide services on school district properties until authorized by the District. The offerer shall comply with fingerprinting requirements in accordance with appropriate statutes in the state in which the work is being performed unless otherwise exempted. Contractor shall comply with governing board policy in the school district or Participating Entity in which work is being performed. Business Operations in Sudan, Iran In accordance with A.R.S. 35-391 and A.R.S. 35-393, the Contractor hereby certifies that the contractor does not have scrutinized business operations in Sudan and/or Iran.

Signature of Respondent Date

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ANTITRUST CERTIFICATION STATEMENTS (Tex. Government Code § 2155.005)

DOC #5

I affirm under penalty of perjury of the laws of the State of Texas that: 1. I am duly authorized to execute this contract on my own behalf or on behalf of the company, corporation, firm, partnership or individual (Company) listed below; 2. In connection with this proposal, neither I nor any representative of the Company has violated any provision of the Texas Free Enterprise and Antitrust Act, Tex. Bus. & Comm. Code Chapter 15; 3. In connection with this proposal, neither I nor any representative of the Company has violated any federal antitrust law; and 3. Neither I nor any representative of the Company has directly or indirectly communicated any of the contents of this proposal to a competitor of the Company or any other company, corporation, firm, partnership or individual engaged in the same line of business as the Company.

Vendor InfoSnap, Inc.

Offerer Signature Louis J. Trotter, Jr. Printed Name President and CEO

Address 7700 Old Georgetown Rd. Ste. 850

Position with Company Authorizing Official

Bethesda, MD 20814 Phone

512-375-4500

pax

512-375-4750

Signature Louis J. Trotter, Jr. Printed Name President and CEO Position with Company

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DOC #6

OWNERSHIP DISCLOSURE FORM (N J.S. 52:25-24.2) Pursuant to the requirements of P.L. 1999, Chapter 440 effective April 17, 2000 (Local Public Contracts Law), the offerer shall complete the form attached to these specifications listing the persons owning 10 percent (10%) or more of the firm presenting the proposal. Company Name: Street:

lnfoSnap,inc.

2705 Bee Caves Rd. Ste. 345

City, State, Zip Code:

Austin, TX 7H746

Complete as appropriate: /

, certify that I am the sole owner of , that there are no partners and the business is not incorporated, and the provisions ofN.J.S. 52:25-24.2 do not apply. OR: I , a partner in , do hereby certify that the following is a list of all individual partners who own a 10% or greater interest therein. I further certify that if one (1) or more of the partners is itself a corporation or partnership, there is also set forth the names and addresses of the stockholders holding 10% or more of that corporation's stock or the individual partners owning 10% or greater interest in that partnership. OR: I Louis j.Trotlcr, Jr. , an authorized representative of InlbSnap. Inc. , a corporation, do hereby certify that the following is a list of the names and addresses of all stockholders in the corporation who own 10% or more of its stock of any class. I further certify that if one (1) or more of such stockholders is itself a corporation or partnership, that there is also set forth the names and addresses of the stockholders holding 10% or more of the corporation's stock or the individual partners owning a 10% or greater interest in that partnership. (Note: If there are no partners or stockholders owning 10% or more interest, indicate none.)

Name

Address

Interest

InfoSnap Holdings 7700 Old Georgetown Rd Ste.850 BeLhesda MD 208H InloSnap Holdings' stockholders: Louis J. Trotter, Jr. 2705 Bee Caves Rd. Ste. 345 Austin, TX 78746 Ellen M. Kirsh 7700 Old Georgetown Rd. Ste. 850 Bclhcsda, MD 20814

100%

29.71% 29.58%

/ further certify that the statements and information contained herein, are complete and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

Date

Authorized Signature and Title

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DOC #7

NON-COLLUSION AFFIDAVIT Company Name: lnfoSnap,inc. Street:

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